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Author Archives: Edward Dunne
Today, item number MR4000000 was added to MathSciNet. Hurray! It is a paper on a local Jacquet-Langlands correspondence by Vincent Sécherre and Shaun Stevens, published in Compositio Mathematica.
After posting about Booker and Sutherland’s cool expression of 42 as a sum of three cubes, Drew Sutherland wrote to say that they found a new way to write 3 as a sum of three cubes: $569936821221962380720^3 + (-569936821113563493509)^3 + … Continue reading
The number 42 is famous for its occurrence in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. In 2032, Adele might come out with a new album with 42 as its title. But today, the fame of the number 42 has to … Continue reading
Alex Eskin has been awarded the 2020 Breakthrough Prize in Mathematics. The short citation reads: For revolutionary discoveries in the dynamics and geometry of moduli spaces of Abelian differentials, including the proof of the “magic wand theorem” with Maryam Mirzakhani. The … Continue reading
In the September issue of the Notices Amer. Math. Soc., I have a column that is Part I of a guide to using MathSciNet. This part focuses on Publications Searches, which are the most common searches. Part 2 will be … Continue reading
Besides free MathSciNet at ICIAM in Valencia, it is possible to have demos of how to use MathSciNet.
The winners of the ICIAM prizes were announced earlier. Here are links to their Author Profile Pages in MathSciNet. At the opening ceremony for ICIAM, they received their prizes from Felipe VI of Spain, who then came out to the … Continue reading
Mathematical Reviews will be at the ICIAM in Valencia next week, July 15-19. Naturally, we will be at the AMS booth, which is at locations 7, 8, and 9 in the Exhibit Area. The AMS is sponsoring some extras at … Continue reading
We have recently updated the Journal Profile Pages in MathSciNet to present the amazing information we have about the many journals Mathematical Reviews covers. Whenever possible, we offer graphical formats for the data, as well as tables. The Mathematical Reviews Database … Continue reading